After 33 years in the classroom, and 31 years at the same high school, I made the decision to retire in June 2021. The previous two years (2019-20 and 2020-21) had been exhausting and I was in need of something new and different. Something that I could direct and be in alignment with my goals and life.

I decided to retire to pursue my passion.

I have always loved interacting with people, but wanted to focus on the one on one dynamic. I am spending the time this summer spreading the word about my tutoring business (I have picked up a couple of clients already!) and developing different ways to help people learn Spanish. I will be rolling those out here, and on my Facebook page, over the next few weeks.

I have some surprises for people local to where I live and some for those who need to communicate via distance learning! I am looking forward to ironing out the details of those plans and getting them out to you soon! Stay tuned!

In the meantime, my friends are wondering why I am "working" when I am "retired". I don't look at this as work, but rather as developing my passion for the Spanish language into something that I can share in a way that feels right to me.

I hope that you join me in this journey!

¡Hasta pronto!

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